The library's representative at The Wall Street Journal sent the following email. You can find out more about how to sign up as well as use it as a classroom resource by visiting The Wall Street Journal LibGuide. For professors, please visit The Wall Street Journal - Context tutorial to read how to setup classroom assignments that will use the newspaper.
As the coronavirus spreads around the globe, the journalists of The Wall Street Journal are committed to bringing you the full story of its effects. I’m reaching out to personally inform you of WSJ’s trusted tools and resources that you and your students can use to stay safe and informed as the coronavirus threatens to disrupt everyday life.
For the most up to date news and insights on the impact of the coronavirus, I invite you to visit our live coverage page. Our experts are also answering your questions directly, and sharing daily updates on what we know about the virus and how you can be prepared. If you are interested in getting more frequent updates, you can sign up for a coronavirus daily briefing.
In addition to our ongoing coronavirus coverage, WSJ members can download a complimentary digital copy of a special section on the coronavirus that ran in our March 13 print edition. It’s also available in a free online version here.
For classes that are moving online, we have several tools to help you continue integrating The Wall Street Journal into your courses. WSJ Context allows professors to curate reading lists of WSJ articles to share directly with students. The Assessment Tool provides professors with weekly, customizable quizzes to test students' comprehension and retention of WSJ articles.
As a reminder, all students and professors have sponsored access to our special coronavirus guide, in-depth coverage and professor tools. They can access all of WSJ’s resources by heading to WSJ.com/HBU. We encourage you to take advantage of and share WSJ’s live coverage as you make decisions professionally and personally.